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Best Homogeneous Poems

Below are the all-time best Homogeneous poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of homogeneous poems written by PoetrySoup members


Pixelated of Homogeneous

And when you wake up it’s a good time
and you had the drugs
yer! you spun them up
searching for a good time
seems to cost so much
buying...

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Categories: homogeneous, character, environment, society,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Battle of the Gods
In Monolithic monuments are the bringers of the derelict dawn
I see many idolatrous idols, forged in ancient bibliothecal Babylon
Within worshipful winds, that carry words of...

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Categories: homogeneous, abuse, desire, sin,
Form: Rhyme
Three Abstract Steps to Happiness
reset at zero
all things homogeneous
return and be one...

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Categories: homogeneous, desire, happiness, math, memory, philosophy, poems,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Theocracy
The head, a divine messenger for human leadership
Holy scriptures with direct instructions stay as the constitution
Eradication of mixed opinions to keep the sheep completely homogeneous
Official...

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Categories: homogeneous, life, political, power, religion, religious, rights,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Man in Creation
In the numinous nebulous clustering clouds
The sacred soul of man in creation
Within the homogeneous hemispheres of consciousness
A sapient spark in consummation

Thrown thru subatomic space and...

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Categories: homogeneous, angel, change, encouraging, heaven, inspirational, science,
Form: Rhyme



What If Thanksgiving Celebrated 365 Days A Year part i
an earlier draft of this barely satisfactory missive ex post facto, i chomped asper with upper dentures upon evincing a couple of typographical errors, in...

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Categories: homogeneous, culture, food, house, joy, meaningful, senses,
Form: Epic
City

Denounced in the sunlight
the collective glass glitter cold unrepentant
only the homeless meander divest
only gutter and litter offer solace
on the graffiti spent a park bench
there is...

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Categories: homogeneous, city,
Form: Free verse
Of The Dreaded Scourge Currently Afflicting The Municipality And Environ Of My Nativity And Youth
This dread disease that has afflicted my home, 
This malady, this plague on my house;
This making convertible the former quaintness and provincialism thereof 
Into something...

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Categories: homogeneous, adventure, allegory, allusion, anger, anxiety, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Untitled Machine

The process in a hive
surgical snippets of allopathic
functioning and standardized
the unequal rhetoric 
of a stolen paradise

Reaction homogeneous undiversified
to clacking gear
of working mechanized
the robotic motor
for economic...

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Categories: homogeneous, humanity, society,
Form: Free verse
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Poems By Pancholi Nandlal Kanjibhai


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Categories: homogeneous, imagination, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Free verse
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SUNFLOWER BEE

She’s illuminated in a garden of sunflowers.
The sun sways, with her charming momentum.

He loves to see her far off, like a twinkling star,
Tracing each...

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Categories: homogeneous, romance,
Form: Couplet
Fourth sequel to god doing ungodly acts
you can sure add a situation or two,
and show variable results for the same innocent soul,
but think for a little,
and deep inside,
do each of us...

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Categories: homogeneous, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
I don't know
Indefinite infinite confused calm why I'm rambling on cathartic release from a rebellious thorn bloom bloom says he I don't know feelings spinning sprinkling doubt...

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Categories: homogeneous, abuse, allegory, allusion, angst, art, emotions,
Form: Free verse
November Tuesdays
The narrowing of choice, opaque or black?
Unconfident die castes vote ballot blank,
How has our circus bread become this bland?
What a diverse homogeneous blend,
All stitched to...

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© Luke Hobbs  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homogeneous, november, political, riddle, satire, slavery, society,
Form: Free verse
Available choices informing me
I can select scant options
available among figurative
menu of life (mine) case in
point, this ordinary day (July
10th, 2019) typifies small
number routine prospects

regarding how I will while
away...

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Categories: homogeneous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Bio
Homogeny
Homogeny
Our situations may be different--
farms, cities, alone, many
Our opinions may vary too--
content, despair, passivity, fear
But has humanity ever been so homogeneous in its actions?
Have we...

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Categories: homogeneous, appreciation, community, earth, humanity, internet, society,
Form: Free verse